Montalcino: handpicked hotels and insider tips

Villa Poggiano


From € 209.00

Toscana Laticastelli Country...

Rapolano Terme

From € 63.00

Borgo Casa Bianca


From € 109.00

Siena House

Torrita di Siena

Hotel Palazzo del Capitano...

San Quirico d'Orcia

From € 66.00

Locanda di San Francesco


From € 195.00

Relais della Rovere

Colle di Val d'Elsa

From € 70.00

Adler Thermae

San Quirico d'Orcia

Villa Cicolina


From € 155.00

Antica Casa i Sucinelli

Serre di Rapolano

Casa Fabbrini

San Casciano dei Bagni

From € 207.00

Tenuta Villa Rocchi

Torrita di Siena

Casa di Bacco


La Casa di Adelina

Monticchiello, Pienza

From € 92.00

Aia Mattonata Relais


From € 178.00



Fattoria Armena


Borgo Lucignanello

San Giovanni d'Asso

From € 109.65

Follonico 4-Suite

Torrita di Siena

Pieve a Pava

San Giovanni d'Asso

From € 220.00

Locanda del Loggiato

Bagno Vignoni

From € 130.00

Locanda dell'Amorosa


From € 215.00

Castello di San Fabiano

Monteroni d'Arbia

Relais San Sanino


From € 390.00

Borgo Tepolini

Castel del Piano

From € 70.00

Travel ideas

Montalcino: introduction

Montalcino Hotel

A center which could be defined as being immersed in a natural treasure trove made of enchanting landscapes similar to those found in the paintings of the 1300s. The long lines of vines have assigned Montalcino a prestigious position amongst Italian wine producers. The fabulous Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino are exported throughout the world and considered to be amongst the very best Italian wines.

Montalcino represents a wealth of history with its unchanged Medieval appearance: the Castle of Artigiano, the Castle Poggio alle Mura, the Romitorio Fortress and the Church of St Resituita, not to mention the Nearby Abbey of St Antimo. Culture and art are present in the United Museums which combine the Civic Museum and Diocesan Museum where one finds a host of frescos from the Siennese school of the XII and XIV centuries.

Visitors can also experience the popular festivals which represent historical traditions, such as the tournament for the opening of the hunting season, or the Festival of the Thrush, a spectacular event with processions, period costume and local gastronomy.

Montalcino: suggestions from the hotels

Stefania Salvini



Countryside Residences

Montepulciano is the pearl of the '500, walking through its streets you can see splendor lived during the Renaissance. The most evocative monument is the church of San Biagio and Montorio is located in front with a unique view. (Montorio) →

Francesco Cresti


La Casa di Adelina

Bed & Breakfast

Francesco Cresti

Monticchiello is located in the heart of Val d'Orcia, is a perfect starting point to visit the south of Tuscany. Pienza, Bagno Vignoni, Montepulciano and Montalcino are just some of the destinations that you can visit. (La Casa di Adelina) →

Carlo Citterio


Locanda dell'Amorosa

4 Star Hotels

Carlo Citterio

One of the beauties of La Locanda dell'Amorosa is that it is surrounded by some of the most lovely villages and hilltowns inTuscany, full of historic charm and artistic and architectural masterpieces. (Locanda dell'Amorosa) →

Montalcino: places to see in the area